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Budgeting and controlling costs
Den Lennie This is a very important aspect of running a production, and one you have to keep a close eye on. Its very simple; you have your actual hard costs in one budget and you have what youre charging the client in another. Lets say you charge the client £450 per day for the camera package, but the rental house is only charging you £350. Having those figures in separate budgets allows you to calculate your overall gross margin for the project.
Tags: iss106 | costs | industry | business | budget | money | finance | advice | tips | broadcast | Den Lennie
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The greening of broadcast facilities
Chris Excelby In todays world of tightening broadcast facility budgets, planners need to keep a keen eye on the bottom line to ensure operational efficiency. An integral part of this process is getting a green handle on power management, an increasing necessity around the globe.
Tags: iss078 | power management | eco | green | tsl | budget | broadcasting | outlets | PUE goals | power consumption | cuts | regulations | Chris Excelby
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Dont lose the 3D plot
N/A As was mentioned in the sixth article of this series, depth budget is the single most important parameter in stereoscopic 3D TV. As well as observing the practical and desirable limits to which the depth parameters can be pushed, making a good 3D production required careful management of depth dynamics.
Tags: 3d | iss049 | depth budget | 3d production | cel-scope | N/A
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A dream budget
N/A As the coalition government prepares its emergency budget, Peter Savage looks at what is planned and tells us what he thinks the government should do.
Tags: iss042 | finance | budget | azule | business | chancellor | N/A
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